Two re-created 1860s-era teams prepared to take the field on Saturday at Joe Tinker Day in Muscotah, Kan. The Westerns of Topeka Base Ball Club and the Lincoln Olympic Vintage Base Ball Club played in the grassy outfield because the diamond was muddy.
Two re-created 1860s-era teams prepared to take the field on Saturday at Joe Tinker Day in Muscotah, Kan. The Westerns of Topeka Base Ball Club and the Lincoln Olympic Vintage Base Ball Club played in the grassy outfield because the diamond was muddy. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Two re-created 1860s-era teams prepared to take the field on Saturday at Joe Tinker Day in Muscotah, Kan. The Westerns of Topeka Base Ball Club and the Lincoln Olympic Vintage Base Ball Club played in the grassy outfield because the diamond was muddy. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com